v. 1. Prolegomena -- v. 2. Accidence and word-formation with an appendix on semitisms in the New Testament / by James Hope Moulton and Wilbert Francis Howard -- v. 3. Syntax / by Nigel Turner -- v. 4. Style / by Nigel Turner Topic: Greek language, Biblical -- Grammar
bySwete, Henry Barclay, 1835-1917; Stock, St. George, 1850-; Conybeare, F. C. (Frederick Cornwallis), 1856-1924
"PREFACE In dealing with the Septuagint in and for itself we feel that we are in a humble way acting as pioneers. For hitherto the Septuagint has been regarded only as an aid to the understanding of the Hebrew. We have reversed that procedure and have regarded the Hebrew only as an aid to the understanding of the Septuagint. This would be in a strict sense preposterous, were it not for the admitted fact that the Greek translation of the Old Testament has occasionally preserved traces of... Topics: Bible. -- Old Testament -- Versions -- Septuagint, Greek Language, Biblical -- Grammar, College...